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CrossOver 13: Seamlessly Run Windows Applications And PC Games On Your Mac

Have you ever wondered how to run your native Windows applications on your Mac OS X without using virtualization or parallel OS?

CrossOver is the key to run most of Windows applications on top of Mac OS X.

If you want to buy it, there is great deal available on CultOfMac.

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Back to Blogging in 2014

Have been quite busy recently and didn’t have time posting around, so I managed migrating my old blog platform from Subtext to WordPress. Why? Now I can post to my blog anywhere using iPad & iPhone with ease.

This post is my first one from iPad and going to do more posts this year like before.

BTW, Happy New Year 2014!

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Tech Trends 2012

Deloitte’s annual Technology Trends report examines technology put to practical business use. This year’s theme, Elevate IT for Digital Business, examines the broad impacts of five technology forces that have influenced our reports over the past several years

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Why Apple’s Products are ‘Designed in California’ but ‘Assembled in China’?

Have you ever wondered about that? Why Apple doesn’t assemble its products in USA? First thoughts of my us mostly would be the cost, and the products would be more expensive, but read this article and you will be changed on that. The case is mostly caused by lack of skilled human resources required for doing the job in USA, cost is not the first reason.

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Computer Science Lessons to be Updated in Schools

With the continued advances in technology and computing, there have been many claims recently that schools are failing to keep up with the changing times. This has prompted education secretary Michael Gove to announce plans to overhaul Information and Communication Technology, or ICT, classes in schools and replace them with an updated computer science curriculum. This news will no doubt be welcomed by teachers and students alike, who have been bored by lessons that teach them how to use Word and Excel, without challenging them or going into advanced computing techniques.
The new plans are to create an

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2012: World of Ultrabooks

As you may already know, CES 2012 has begun and Microsoft is pushing MetroUI to everywhere, from Windows Phone, Desktop PCs, Ultrabooks, Tablets, XBOX and TVs. But I say Ultrabooks were absolutely the best part of electronics incoming this year, I loved the ones from Samsung and also DELL is going to announce a brand new Ultrabook tomorrow. Lets see who can compete with MacBook Air

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Back to Business

Lastly, the 17th Elecomp Fair finished and I am back to my office from today, we started a new project this year for making the schools Smart in Iran with combination of following packages:

  1. Multimedia CBT
  2. School Management System
  3. e-Assessment
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